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>> fox 29 news in hd brought to you by xfinity the future of awesome. >> right now a blast of winter is on the way. live radar showing the system that is about to make a mess of your drive tomorrow. you can see it out there in the midwest starting off in minneapolis and it is headed east our way. >> you know iain timing is everything in life, isn't it? by this time tomorrow night these roads could be blanketed by a few inches of snow and this could impact your thursday morning commute. good evening i'm lucy noland. >> i'm iain page. scott williams is live along market street tonight with exactly when this storm will hit. scott. good evening. we're dry and quiet right now across our area, but we are keeping tabs on that clipper that's going to be moving in. as far as what's happening right now, we're quiet across our area ultimate doppler is showing pretty quiet conditions but for
tonight it will be cloudy and cold. we're watching out for a few slick spots mainly north and west but the timing of that clipper, wednesday afternoon and evening, on average 2-inches of snow. slick roadways for your wednesday p.m. rush as well as thursday morning. so two impacts with this system. looking at satellite and radar we're dry and quiet but that highlighted area is showing you that moisture. not a whole lot to work with but the bottom line with the timing, lunch time wednesday it's moving in the western zones. the instead yesterday snow will be four to 9:00 p.m. tomorrow so coming in at a pretty bad time impacting, yes that p.m. rush. the snow should start to taper off later on tomorrow night but leaving with it some slick road conditionconditions. when i come indoors the updated total map as well as winter weather advisories going up all across the area, and get this, more chances for snow in that
seven day forecast. back to you. >> all right scott. tragedies of ice storm sunday we're hearing more about the heroes from that morning and the deadly pile up on the blue route an officer on his way home from a long shift helped pull a mother and her baby from the wreckage. others also joined to whatever they can. fox 29's dave schratwieser has their heart wrenching story and joins us from the radnor police department. dave? >> reporter: lucy officer james gallagher says what happened on the blue route sunday morning is the worst thing he's seen in his eight years as a police officer. when it comes to saving lives though he says you do what you got to do. you go to work. >> here comes the tractor trailer sideways jackknifed down the road. >> radnor police officer james gallagher the horrific scene that unfolded on the blue route during sunday morning's flash ice storm is something he won't soon forget. >> shocked for a second. when i first see the tractor trailer comeing down take a second to process. something is not right.
>> gallagher finish a 12 hour overnight shift on his way home to his wife and son when he saw the first of several accidents right in front of him. he immediately stopped to help injured drivers the scene went from bad to worse. this is one of the biggest things ideal with eight years of being a cop. i never seen a car accident this bad. >> officer gallagher ended up in a car where jason anderson lost his life. 36 year old police officer quickly turned his attention to anderson' injured wife katie and their-year-old son ryan. >> car seat look okay. the baby looks okay. i cut the car seat free. >> the child was taken to a safe location while gallagher and others 10ed to mrs. anderson. >> each car get an assessment who can walk. who can't walk. who's injured. who's not injured. >> we're very proud of him. his training kicked in. >> superintendent william colarulo at a time when police officers are under the microscope officer gallagher
should be considered a hero. >> these are the real police officers. what you see officer gallagher do and i'm just proud of him and i'm glad the public got the chance to see a real hero. >> my heart goes out to them. we're lucky there weren't more injuries, more fatalities. we're fortunate. >> reporter: officer gallagher just wrapping up his first year here with the radnor police depth. he served seven years with the septa police. lucy? >> all right, thank you very much, dave. of course, no one wants to ever see a repeat of sunday morning and so today skyfox over i-76 in philadelphia caught these penndot trucks out getting the roads ready for tomorrow's winter storm. we've always got you covered on air and online from your latest forecasts live radar head to myfoxphilly.com. click that weather tab and sue serio has the latest forecast on this developing system. she's life all morning on fox 29 before you head out that door. horrific details revealed in court today about a young mother accused of setting her newborn baby on fire killing the infant. fox 29's chris o'connell was at
the burlington county courthouse when the 22-year-old faced the judge today. >> reporter: tonight the burlington county community is trying to come to grips with one of the more horrific crimes they've ever seen. the murder of a baby girl a little more than an hour old. police say it came at the hands of her mother. on a dark rural burlington county road, teddy bears candles and flowers are stuffed behind police tape. the somber memorial marks the spot where the unthinkable happened. where pemberton police say 22-year-old hyphernkemberly door doorville lower doused her newborn daughter with accelerant and set the baby on fire. we've learned the baby has been given the name angelica by her family after her death. >> we want to just rally around the family that's hurting right now. >> reporter: pastor of browns mills united church her mother and father never knew their daughter was pregnant.
it is here where the family and pemberton township community will gather wednesday night to pray for child who never had chance. >> there's a lot of anger being expressed. there's a lot of feelings that are very close to the surface but there's also a rallying of people who had a sense that this is a family in great need. >> reporter: dressed in orange jumpsuit doorville her appeared by video in a burlington county courthouse to face murder charges. police say an eyewitness saw doorville lower standing near the fire holding a can of wd40 and when she poured water on the fire a baby began crying from under the towels and papers which were on fire. baby angelica died less than two hours later with burns over 60% of her body. her umbilical cord still attached. doorville her's bail was kept at $500,000 if she does post bail, a judge ordered her to undergo a full psychological val weighing. >> the allegations of this
particular offense is very serious high range of seriousness. >> reporter: police say this case is a good reminder to all young mothers of new jersey save haven law. infants can be dropped off at any emergency room, police or fire station anonymously non questions asked. it is unclear tonight whether doorville lower knew about that law. in mt. holly burlington county, chris o'connell fox 29 news. >> you saw it first on fox. now a former philly state rep who was the subject of a fox 29 investigation has plead guilty to a felony charge. the plea comes after the philly da brings corruption charges. jp miranda represented a north philadelphia district in the spring of 2013 jeff cole and fox 29 investigates broke the story that miranda had a ghost employee on his staff. a guy on the clock but off the job. the da's public corruption unit
opened a probe and charged him with using the ghost worker to funnel money to his sister michelle wilson. both miranda and wilson were hit with felony corruption charges. today a day before their trial miranda plead guilty to one felony count of conflict of interest and lesser charge of making false statement. his sister michelle wilson plead guilty to the lesser charge of making false statements. they will both be sentenced in march. >> berks county a man arrested for dism. has a whole lot more trouble on his hands. an investigation by the police department and da drug task force turned up a thousand oral and injectables steroids at a storage facility. less say he also had needles and envelopes addressed to people across the nation. a marathon day and night for jury deliberating the fate of don tollefson. he wrapped up his closing arguments this morning in his trail maintaining he never meant to hurt anyone. prosecutors say he stole $300,000 in sports charity schemes. fox 29's shawnette wilson is live outside the bucks county courthouse. shawnette, jurors even got
dinner tonight. >> reporter: they did lucy and in the meantime don tell left son's fate hangs in the balance at least for another day. a judge dismissed the jury at 9:30 tonight. that's after they had been deliberating for about five hours. now, during that time, the jury did return a few times with specific questions. they wanted to know dates of eagles games and they were asking for transcripts of testimony. some the judge you can't haved them to rely on their recollection. in another instance the jury asked for a list of victims and restitution again. the judge did allow that. tollefson who's representing himself but has an appointed counsel on stand by is accused of of carrying out sports ticketing scheme and pocketing more than $300000. investigators say 200 people came forward saying they paid him for trips but never got their packages or money back. the trips were for eagles road games, super bowl, in some cases the world cup. i asked tollefson his thoughts on the jury being out till tomorrow as he left court tonight. >> just on the advice of counsel
really i have nothing to say. i just want to get some rest and come back tomorrow morning 9am. so i appreciate -- >> i think there's lot of evidence for the jury to sift through. the trial was about 2.5 weeks long. they're a hard working jury and i have to quarrel with them take taking as long as them takes to get it right and i'm very confident they'll do that. >> reporter: and tollefson rejected a deal that would have allowed him to spend about seven months i should say in prison and 14 months in drug treatment programs. he decided to go to trial instead. if convicted he could face even longer sentence than that. tollefson is a former employee here at fox 29. iain. >> shawnette, thank you. just a few minutes ago the president delivered his state of the union address. in shift from tradition the president heads into his last two years in office with a republican in congress, instead of giving a laundry list of new proposals, he focused on economic revival. the president pledging to work with republicans on economic proposals and touching on
economic growth saying he wants to keep the momentum going. >> america, for all that we have endured, for all
the grit and hard work required to come back, for all the tasks that lie ahead ahead, know this the shadow of crisis has passed and the state of the union is strong. (applause). >> the president also vowed to veto any attempts by congress to roll back on what he considers progress on his agenda. the majority of republicans in the audience president obama kept his sense of humor. list 10 to what happened when he tack about his final years in office. >> i have no more campaigns to run. (applause). >> my only agenda -- >> i know because i won both of them. (applause). >> all right. pretty good there. mixed reaction in the chamber tonight after the president's address senator joan earns the
gave the gop response. also, addressing the economy. >> the new republican congress also understands how difficult these past six years have been. for many of us the sting of the economy and the frustration with washington's dysfunction weren't things we had to read about. we felt them every day. >> senator er inform st has been in office for just two week. her november election within helped give republicans control of the senate. scary video. these guys dragged a man across the street and tried to force him into his car. what a nearby woman did that helped him escape. >> a group of neighbors comes face to face with a bull on the loose. >> i'm sorry. >> it felt like a freight train had hit me. >> the split second decision this man will never forget. >> a teacher caught dragging a first grader through the halls. the district wants her fired. you'll never guess why this
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two, 10 year old girls at sleepovers at his how. >> nothing said just silence. bensalem police got a tip from parents of a 10-year-old girl who said he inappropriately touched their daughter while she spent the night at his beach lane house with his daughter. investigators say they found a second 10-year-old girl who said the same thing happened at a separate sleepover. >> um, really shocked. >> the suspect known as the cookie dad on beach lane. always involved with the neighborhood kids. >> i call him the girl scout dad because he would come around with the cookies. he would try to, you know, out sell my daughter. and the other kids in the area. so really shocked because i thought he was just like the doting dad. >> he's certainly innocent until proven otherwise. >> reporter: attorney nicholas man scene know says his client will be cleared of the charges which include four counts of indecent sexual assault. two counts of corruption of minors and two counts of unlawful contact. >> we have not heard any testimony from anybody else other than, you know, what they've told the police with
people around and nota ron. so i expect that the facts will be different when they're displayed in court. >> reporter: sources say the suspect recently got custody of his daughter and were toll his he can moved out of the house. while police are checking to see if there were more victims parents say they can rest a little easier. >> i'm so glad they got him because that's all you need is for the kids to be that comfortable with someone and not knowing that, you know, he has circumstances. >> reporter: ben sal let me police are reaching out to parents of students at strobel element row school. that's where the alleged victims go to school with the suspect's daughter. that want parents to talk with their kids and report anything suspicious. in the meantime suspect is being held on 750,000 dollars bail. in bensalem dave kinchen fox 29 news. >> newly inaugurated pennsylvania governor tom wolf settling into his new job tonight after a full day of pomp and circumstance. >> i thomas westerman wolf do
solemnly swear... >> he was sworn in earlier today as the 47th governor of the keystone state. fox 29's bruce gordon live at the inaugural gala. probably have trouble hearing us us. >> reporter: it is a wild time here, iain. this is what it's like. life is like for the winners in politics partying deep into the night. drinking beer made right her in pennsylvania and of course plenty of good loud music but when that music stops well, then the hard work of governing begins. phil physical nat tick never misses a party and on this night the place to be was in hershey. tom wolf and hundreds of supporters celebrated a sweet victory over incumbent tom corbett. pennsylvania's 47th governor arrived to raucous applause quickly reminded the crowd there is much to be done. >> what i heard today was the expectations on us are really
really high. tonight we're celebrating the fact that most pennsylvanians seem to raully like that promise promise. and that's what we're celebrating to night. tomorrow we have to get to work. >> reporter: governor used his midday inaugural to remind pennsylvanians of his unique pedigree. a businessman had made his fortune in kitchen cabinets not the usual politician. he promised to fulfill three simple but challenging goals. >> first, jobs that pay. second school that is teach and third, a government that work. >> reporter:. >> you want massive amounts of chemicals in the environment -- >> protesters calling for an end to the natural gas extraction process known as fracking. just some of the challenges wolf will face. school funding job creation and a massive budget deficit will require bipartisan answers. democrat wolf along with a republican controlled
legislature. lecked officials on both sides of the aisle are cautiously operate miss tech. >> he's been very careful very deliberate. he's not been partisan or argumentative for the sake of being partisan and argumentative argumentative. >> tom is a businessman. he knows how to give and take much he's done it wise his suppliers, with his vendors and he can do it with the republicans and he's got great item permit for that too. >> tom wolf will deliver his budget address to state lawmakers in march. that will be the first reasonably detailed public blueprint for school funding and job creation and yes perhaps attacks on gas extraction. you can expect the party and perhaps tom wolf's honeymoon to end shorely thereafter. iain? >> bruce, thank you very much. governor tom wolf second in command took office today. lieutenant governor mike stack was sworn in by his mother who's a retired philadelphia municipal judge. stack relinquish his duties as a state senator from philadelphia for the new title. he had served in that capacity
for 14 years before being sworn in earlier today. thief on the run. clerk right on his heels until he pulls a gun. must have been something pretty big for this type of risk, right? wrong. >> and this little guy stuck in drain too scared to come out many firefighters tried for days the special treat that finally coked this pup from his perch. >> when you going to well, you got to go. new app that helps you
>> a winter mess heading our way. live radar shows the timing of this system has it hitting right around tomorrow evening's rush even into thursday. scott williams is looking at the latest track. he'll have the exact timing in just minutes. get a look at your tv a group of masked men tack one guy hitting him in the head with gun then they drag him across the street and try to force him into his own car. this on the 2200 block of south seventh street last sunday as they open the car door a woman nearby screamed. kind of scare the suspects and gave the victim a chance to get away. they are still on the loose tonight. this delaware mom is in jail tonight accused of of robbing a wawa with her baby girl waiting in a cab outside. delaware state police say amanda, took a taxi to the wilmington wawa and told an employee she had a gun and wanted the money in the register register. leaving her one-year-old girl in the cab. police tracked down the taxi. the driver had no idea what was
going on. but he did know where she lived she's now under arrest. a pennsylvania college basketball player found dead in her apartment. >> police think she may have died after choking on gum. 21-year-old some niece clark was a student at california university of pennsylvania. she was unresponsive in her off campus apartment sunday morning. a preliminary report from medical personnel shows she may have choked on chewing gum while she slept. on campus students are stunned. >> i was just really shocked at first to hear about someone close by, you know, just passing away and just it's hard to comprehend that something like that could happen. >> the coroner is performing an autopsy to determine exactly why clark died. a frightening situation unfolds in oregon after an 800-pound bull escapes roaming through a neighborhood even charging at one man. fox's simon guiterrez talked to terrified neighbor. >> morgan white is pretty boat up.
>> i'm sorry. >> reporter: after meeting the business end of an 800-pound bull. >> it felt like 48 train had hit me. >> reporter: it all started -- >> we got call here for loose bull. >> reporter: this afternoon. >> they said seven got out last night but that one they couldn't get back. >> reporter: the bull's owner asked him to put the down and butcher. >> owner took a shot towards the highway. i took a shot. >> reporter: finding its way into this cul-de-sac. >> i look out the window and oh, my god that looks like a bull. well it was. >> reporter: sandy wheeler went to investigate. joined by her neighbor morgan white. >> i get down to probable wrl that little toy is. we see the bull back behind in that area right there. >> i can see he was bleeding. it was -- it was disoriented and we lock eyes. >> white got scared and tried to run. the bull was faster hit him from behind and knocked him to the ground. >> i didn't hit moo head.
i didn't pass out. but everything kind of went black for second. >> reporter: white went to the hospital. the bull kept running. >> got underneath here and ripped it right out of the ground. >> reporter: this field on the other side of highway was as far as it would get. >> crossed the train tracks i heard a couple shots you know, and then a few more they put it down right there. >> can you imagine coming face to face with that big a critter. >> no, no. >> reporter: morgan white nose exactly what that's like and he's happy he was able to walk away from it. >> some bruised ribs. some tissue damage. i feel incredibly lucky. my body doesn't feel that way. >> that was fox's simon guiterrez roaring he tells us seven other bulls escape but were quickly wounded. >> we've been talking about burst pipes around here. get a load of this home in detroit covered in ice. a detroit pastor and his family lost everything. they're house sat vacant for years after fire but the pastor says all his belongings were
still in the house because of some type of issue with management company. tonight that company is not commenting on all of that damage damage. speaking of ice, we may not have ice but we'll have snow heading our way soon, scott. that's right iain, during the day tomorrow that clipper we've been talking about it will take center stage across our area. in fact look at the timeline of that snowfall moving toward the philadelphia area. tomorrow morning's rush, it should be okay. but you can see during the afternoon, we're looking at borderline temperatures but that snow is going to come down impacting the afternoon and evening rush. and those temperatures will start to drop. now, as we take a look at the winter weather advisories they're posted for central northern sections of delaware. pretty much all of south jersey as well. i'll explain about that coming up and also the western zones. philadelphia county is not included in that as we take look at our area right now satellite and radar it's dry and quiet but the main event the main act right now trying to get its act together toward sections of the upper midwest. it's a clipper.
a fast mover not whole lot of moisture. but here's the bottom lien and the take away. that snow begins far west first around lunch time wednesday overtaking the area during the afternoon and evening. from four to 9:00 p.m. the instead yesterday snowfall so coming at the worst time and then it starts to taper off from 9:00 o'clock until midnight. here's a closer perspective. tomorrow morning for the commute it's dry and quiet. however, we saw a little burst of some showers earlier this afternoon so there could be some patchy black ice north and west. but with lunch time it's moving into the western zones. continuing to move toward our area by 3:00 in the afternoon starting to fill in for south jersey. central and southern delaware. but that clipper is going to transfer some energy to the coast so we could get an extra burst for parts of south jersey. so some of the snowfall totals could actually over achieve in parts of south jersey if we get banding feature that sets up. but by 8:00 o'clock tomorrow evening, we're still looking at that snow continue continuing and tapering off by midnight so tomorrow afternoon and evening's
rush as well as thursday morning's rush could be compromised. as we take look at the updated snowfall totals you can see north and west, toward lehigh valley, the poconos, one to 2-inches. but as we move into parts of south jersey northern central delaware, we can over achieve a little bit two to 3-inches maybe even a little more but down the shore, things should be mixing in with little bit of rain. once we get beyond that system already a heads up for the potential of a weekend nor'easter that could bring more rain and even heftier snow for saturday. so stay tuned as we continue to fine tune that particular forecast. so a busy seven day forecast with the wintry mix the clipper tomorrow. it's out of here after midnight. thursday cloudy and chiply. friday is dry and then watching the coast. saturday temperatures mid 30s the track of that area of low pressure coastal low coastal storm nor'easter whatever you want to call it. still fine tuning that forecast and then more chances for snow potentially early next week.
sue sr. yo 4am will definitely have the latest on the totals with tomorrow's clipper that's going to be moving in at the worst possible time. >> all right. scott. thank you. >> at least we got the heads up from cold to volcanic hot rumbling in western mexico. small eruptions at the fire volcano following a big one northwest of mexico city yesterday. time lapsed captures the drama the mommy that volcano spewed ash thousands of meters into the air. i covered some of this stuff in alaska always just amazing to watch. some of that ash did fall on are in by communities but experts say no one is at risk. miami police arrested three people check out this as bikers and atv riders we've through the streets of miami yesterday. the bikers say it was their version of peaceful protests they spread their message. bikes up, guns down. but residents say it caused a traffic problem nearly 500 bikers were speeding through the streets. sometimes popping we'll lease and pulling stunts. bikers just simply wanted to raise awareness.
>> in colorado the largest pool of jurors in american history is narrowing tonight. the long awaited trial of james holmes began today. he killed 12 people and injured 70 others inside a movie theater in aurora colorado in july of 2012. jury selection could take weeks. maybe longer with an unprecedented 7,000 people in that jury pool. that number huge after dropping from the original 9,000. the 27-year-old has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. if convicted, he could face the death penalty. just a sick story of animal abuse thank goodness 91 have died. >> authorities in arlington virginia say someone put poison in meat and then purposely scattered it along a sidewalk. police say the tainted meat is pack with dangerous pills inside that could harm the animals. so far two dogs got sick and had to go to the hospital. they're now at home recovering. what's worse the threats still exist because no one has been arrested. now pet owners are on alert. >> kind of shocking and very sad
that somebody would do that. i don't usually think about something like that around here. it's good to know because i'll watch out for him because he can pick up anything he finds on the street. it's good to know. >> authorities are warning owners everywhere to look out for their pets if they experience any symptoms like pacing, panting or diarrhea to get them to the vet right away. accused thief on the run. a clerk right on his heels until he pull out gun. when he hear what he's accused of of stealing was it really worth the risk. >> what pun 10-year-old that had a room full of police officers to tears. the one thing she wants to say to officers across her state. >> when you've goting to, you've going to much the new app that could help you out of a tight
lapped avenue. the man grab the sock without paying when the employee chased him down he turns around and flashes a gun at the work consider telling him not to follow him any more. >> in your money tonight oreo creating another new limited edition flavor. this time it's red velvet. doesn't that sound good. >> if you're wondering there is cream cheese in the center, right? >> i like that. >> you can get your hands on them starting february 2nd. other limited edition flavors and concluded cookie dough marshmallow crispy and watermelon which is odd. mixed reviews on that one. >> red velvet will be good. >> i think so. >> movie scrapped from theaters across the country the interview is doing well. digital sales for the controversial movie up $40 million putting the release on track to surpass bridesmaids as the biggest online release. this is a milestone for sony which is struggling to break even on the movie that costs more than $40 million to make. the film is flaying playing on variety of online and on demand
platforms after its national theater row lease was canceled because of a diplomatic dispute with north korea. how much would you pay to use a strangers toilet? >> i've actually never thought about it. >> i hadn't either. >> thankfully. i don't know. >> how about this. thanks to a new app you can find an available bathroom anywhere any time. think about like mardi gras or a concert. residents or business which is rent out their bathrooms to people who just need to go. the app is called -- >> you can hope your house. wait for it. air pnp. >> here's how it work. click of a button check if a toilet is available the on are in gets a call and they can decide if they want to lend out their facility. you can review the bathroom. >> you get reviews. i wonder what it's bathroom is like. >> teacher caught dragging a first grader through the hall. the district wants her fired. you'll never guess why this woman is back in the classroom. >> and this little guy stuck in drain too scared to come out.
♪ who is that dragging a first grader? it's a teacher right through the halls of an elementary school in kentucky ton night she's back in the classroom. a police report states a student was being disruptive. the teacher said she was just taking the student to the front office. you can see how she took the student there. the district fired her. she appealed. the panel decided the video was not enough to fire the teacher because she was -- was not adequately trained. >> i think the thing that is so frustrating to us is, you know in what world does a teacher have to be trained to not drag a small first grader 160 feet through the hallway? >> sounds like a valid question. the district suspended the teacher without pay. her attorney says she accepts the panel's decision and looks forward to continuing her
teaching career with the district. college students have reputation for pearing it's no surprise they may want to figure out exactly how much booze they drink on a night out. students from the university of washington developed a bracelet that monitors it. fox's sharon crowley takes a look. >> what happens when you're not in control. >> reporter: university of washington student created this video to show how the wrist bands they invented works. the high-tech bracelet has sensors that measure the body's dehydration and intoxication levels. a group of friends, for example can sing with each other and keep track of each other during the night. every half hour, the wrist band will vibrate if someone in the group doesn't squeeze it and alert is sent out to the others. >> the idea that you arrive to the bar you sing it up with online profile like facebook. you seasoning the up with your friends group the people that will be looking out for you throughout the whole night. at the end of the day you hand them back at the bar and they'll
be recycled and reused. >> reporter: inventors say they were inspired to create technology to help prevent birch drinking and sexual assaults on college campuses. emily may is with a non-profit to prevent sexual harassment. she likes the idea of the bracelets but does some some concerns. >> it's not just about girls protecting other girls ending sexual assault ending teenaged drinking is really about ending the culture in which makes it that thing okay. >> reporter: some young women talked to would be willing to wear one. >> i think it can only help. it can only help monitor people's drinking habits. >> it's a part of growing up and learning responsibility and if that helps you along the way you know, it's fine. bracelets are not for sale yet. but the college kids who invented the wrist bands say they have a lot of interest from people willing to get these on the market. sharon crowley fox news. dog ended up in a storm drain for days is safe tonight but took lot of doing for
firefighters. batallion chief tells me the busy interstate nearby had the dog too scared to come out for days firefighters cep putting out food, hotdogs his favorite but he was a cold dog after three nights he finally inched close enough for firefighterred to that. they hauled him out of the drain. he's got a collar on no one has come forward to take him f you're interested he might be just be looking for a forever home. cute guy. 10 year old text tuck girl on big mission to personally thank as many police officers as she can. savannah is going from state to station bringing with her homemade cards candy and her personal message. she says the murder of two new york city police officers hit her really hard. so over christmas break she made more than five hadn't dread cards to show her gratitude. the officers say there's nothing quiet like a thank you straight from the heart. >> usually the interaction we have is not always' tiff. so we have a chance some type of of' tough interaction with kids it's a massing.
>> we love and will he spec our police officers. they have daughters like me who wait for their fathers and mothers to come home every night night. >> savannah leaves a personal message to each department. a local police chief learned about her mission and jumped on in to help and he's includes stops in houston daal remarks austin the list goes on. >> the most talk about police dash cam video out right now. yeah you've seen it. seen around the world featuring that guy a local cop. >> and we showed it to you when it first posted. a dover police officer basically basically rocking out lip syncing to taylor swift shake the off in his squad car. ♪ >> that's officer jeff davis singing along to the hit show. the video now has more than 14 until i don't know views on youtube. the popular lip seasoning cop stepped by "good day philadelphia" this morning to talk about his rise to fame. >> who have you heard from?
>> me personally? >> or the department. >> like all over the world people are calling. jay season was just telling me that people from new zealand wanted me to come over and have some drinks them and -- just some other things and of course taylor swift tweeted and hulk hogan has tweeted and i've heard ann curry say something. >> if taylor came to town would you give her a ride. no. >> no. of course. >> she says you have is that so. he says his four kids get a can be out of all the attention he's getting that was the start of this fun this morning. alex holly joined him in the car to recreate the popular video. ♪
>> where does jerrick come in. >> officer davis says everyone knows him just said that's jeff. you can see a lot mr. today's interview head to our website myfoxphilly.com. and click on the good day tab. >> howard in the trunk maybe i'm in the sure. >> the good thing i guess he doesn't give out many tickets. he's too busy. all right. what happens to kids when their team loses? i have one really upset kid that the parents shameful parents put up one video. why would they do that? and the flyers were involved in a fight mess tonight against pittsburgh. all of that coming up in sports.
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let's to to the wells fargo sent. ray emery in goal tonight as i said physical. but some not within the rules. zach rinaldo five minute penalty. go the a game misconduct. and chris le tank was out of the game for the penguin. second period, it spilled over. four fights in the second period. these guys had lot of if town night against zach hill and jake vorachek now that's a legal check, hit check however he didn't like it so what he does he starts in one of the four fights. all right. as we head to the third period it's one-one. pittsburgh takes the lead. nice place. the score against emery. penguins score and it's two-one penguins. the flyers on a deflection by two-two. we go into overtime. watch closely as the puck is kind of laying around there and giroux gets it scores flyers within the three-two clearly a
good game for the boys. >> they were emotional. they were into it. i think that, um, it was physical game and it's great to see. it really is. i think this team really likes each other and it showed tonight where, you know, they're sticking up for each other and doing what they got to do on the ice. >> good thing they like each on the. >> not good news for one flyer. we will be told very soon kimmo timonen not only done for the season but maybe he was career. that was diagnosed with blood clots in his calf and lungs before the season. the clot in has lung is gone but not completely in the calf. he'll have to continue on blood thinners for while and team feels there would be far too much risk to have him play again this season clot or no clot the thinners would continue. sad but now appears timonen's career would be over. i wonder why parents do what they do to post their unhappy
kids. online. here's one happy child after the green bay packers lost on sunday sunday. >> why you crying? >> we got next year. okay? >> it's going to take a long time. (laughter). >> i'm sorry baby. >> you know what the bicycle was one of the seattle players driving around the stadium. >> why do parents post their kids videos locate that? boy the way the cheater bell belicheck is the report i heard tonight 11 of the 12 footballs were underinflated by 2 pounds. >> cheater, cheater pumpkin eater. (laughter).